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Author Munusamy, Umaiyal, author

Title Genetically Modified Organisms in Food Production / Umaiyal Munusamy
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Published Oakville, ON, Canada : Society Publishing, 2019
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Contents Cover; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; About The Author; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface; Acknowledgment; Chapter 1 Genetically Modified Organism in Food Production; 1.1. The History; 1.2. The Present; 1.3. The Future; Chapter 2 What is a Genetically Modified Organism/Food; Chapter 3 Why Genetically Modified Organism/Food; 3.1. Human Population; 3.2. Hunger; 3.3. Quality Of The Organisms; 3.4. Environmental Stress; 3.5. Consumer Needs; Chapter 4 Types of GMO/GMF; 4.1. Way To Higher Yields; Chapter 5 Important of Genetically Modified Food
11.2. Risk11.3. Public Concern; 11.4. Protocols; 11.5. Consortium; 11.6. Next Generation of Farmers; 11.7. Next Level of GMO/GMF; 11.8. Data; 11.9. Technology; 11.10. System; Chapter 12 GMO TO GMF Database; 12.1. Alfalfa; 12.2. Apple; 12.3. Banana; 12.4. Bean; 12.5. Bread; 12.6. Brinjal; 12.7. Canola; 12.8. Cassava; 12.9. Cheese; 12.10. Chickpea; 12.11. Citrus Fruits; 12.12. Cocoa; 12.13. Corn/Maize; 12.14. Cordyceps; 12.15. Cowpea; 12.16. Crookneck Squash; 12.17. Flax; 12.18. Melon; 12.19. Oil Palm; 12.20. Potato; 12.21. Papaya; 12.22. Pineapple; 12.23. Pearl Millet; 12.24. Plum; 12.25. Rice
12.26. Salad12.27. Salmon; 12.28. Soy; 12.29. Sugar Beet; 12.30. Sugarcane; 12.31. Sweet Pepper; 12.32. Tomato; 12.33. Trout; 12.34. Vegetable Oil; 12.35. Wheat; 12.36. Wine; 12.37. Watermelon; 12.38. Zucchini; Chapter 13 Countries; 13.1. Australia; 13.2. Bangladesh; 13.3. Canada; 13.4. China; 13.5. Colombia; 13.6. Czech Republic; 13.7. France; 13.8. India; 13.9. Indonesia; 13.10. Kenya; 13.11. Malaysia; 13.12. Mozambique; 13.13. Myanmar; 13.14. Netherlands; 13.15. New Delhi; 13.16. New Zealand; 13.17. Philippines; 13.18. Serbia; 13.19. Singapore; 13.20. Spain; 13.21. Thailand
5.1. Food Issues5.2. Climate Change; 5.3. Cost; 5.4. Quantity; 5.5. Quality; Chapter 6 Breeding; 6.1. Plant Breeding; 6.2. Animal Breeding; 6.3. Differences Between Traditional And Modern Breeding in Plant and Animal Breeding; Chapter 7 Traditional Plant Breeding; 7.1. Mass Selection; 7.2. Pure Line; 7.3. Pedigree Method; 7.4. Bulk Method; 7.5. Backcross Methods; 7.6. Single Seed Descent; 7.7. Multiline; 7.8. Composite Variety; 7.9. Synthetic Variety; 7.10. Self-Incompatibility; 7.11. Male Sterility; 7.12. Heterosis; 7.13. Heritability; 7.14. Combining Ability; Chapter 8 Modern Plant Breeding
8.1. Methods For Trait IntroductionChapter 9 Traditional Animal Breeding; 9.1. Self-Editing; 9.2. Breeding Stock; 9.3. Purebred Breeding; 9.4. Backyard Breeding; 9.5. Interspecific Hybridization; 9.6. Cross Breeding; Chapter 10 Modern Animal Breeding; 10.1. Cloning Livestock; 10.2. Male Germ Cell Transplantation; 10.3. Artificial Insemination; 10.4. Embryo Transfer; 10.5. In Vitro Fertilization Technology; 10.6. Embryonic Stem Cell; 10.7. Quadriparental Hybrids; 10.8. Nuclear Transplantation; 10.9. Gene Transfer; 10.10. Molecular Genetics; Chapter 11 Advances In GMO/GMF; 11.1. Safety
Notes 13.22. Unites States
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 18, 2019)
Subject Genetically modified foods.
Genetically modified foods.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Food Science.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1773617974
9781773617978